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Toxicology

Toxicologists investigate hazardous chemicals, researching and testing their effects on the human body and the environment. If you'd like to read more about degree programs and careers in the field of toxicology, read on.

Inside Toxicology

Toxicologists analyze chemicals found in food, drugs, water and air and measure their risks by determining the levels of concentration in which they threaten human and environmental health. Toxicologists help communicate these risks by formulating safety standards for new products and overseeing regulatory compliance with these safety standards.

Education Information

Toxicology education most often takes place in the form of a graduate-level degree program, although bachelor's degree programs also exist. Students can also earn a bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical science or other closely related field to help prepare for graduate school.

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